Review confirms Canberra Hospital hydrotherapy pool will have to close

Review confirms Canberra Hospital hydrotherapy pool will have to close

Times up: The Canberra Hospital hydrotherapy pool. File photo. The Canberra Hospital hydrotherapy pool’s reprieve will be short-lived with the Government confirming on Wednesday that the ageing facility will need to close in a few months. Users such as Arthritis ACT had campaigned to keep the pool open after the services were expected to move to the new facility at the University of Canberra Hospital, arguing that it was difficult for many with mobility issues…

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Hydrotherapy Machine Market: Qualitative Analysis of the Leading Players and Competitive Industry Scenario, 2023

Hydrotherapy Machine Market: Qualitative Analysis of the Leading Players and Competitive Industry Scenario, 2023

The Hydrotherapy Machine market report comprises evaluation of production process, methodologies, plant locations, raw material sources, serving segments, product specifications, product line-up, import-export, technologies, equipment, value chain, pricing structure, manufacturing cost, brands, patents, and participant’s global presence. It also draws attention to crucial assessments based on their financial ratios, capital investment, sales volume, gross margin, profitability, revenue model, revenue outcome, and growth rate because the Hydrotherapy Machine Market manufacturer’s financial assessment holds irreplaceable importance in…

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The Self-Taught Gardener: Hydrotherapy

The Self-Taught Gardener: Hydrotherapy

Sometimes the oddest of circumstances can remind us how a landscape can provide us solace. It’s no surprise that a walk through a garden can lower our blood pressure, but who would have thought that images of a cooling landscape could lower my systolic pressure as I sat in the veterinarian’s emergency room waiting to find out why my beloved pet Fred had developed such pain overnight. And yet, as I waited there, the only…

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Rockliff intervenes on hydrotherapy pool lease to get it reopen

The Tasmanian Health Service has been told to seek a short-term lease arrangement in order to get a Latrobe hydrotherapy pool reopen so patients severely impacted for months by its closure due to administrative reasons can start to use it again. It comes after the Minister for Mental Health and Wellbeing Jeremy Rockliff intervened in the matter.  Suffering: Hydrotherapy pool users Gillian Walker, Phyllis Targett, Joan Parremore and Kate, and Edgar Huxtable, 7, of Latrobe…

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Diet Tips For The Elderly

Diet Tips For The Elderly

It is necessary for people to step up their nutrient game in their advancing years in order to counter the effects of ageing. It is necessary to avoid empty calories and substitute it instead with extra, protein, calcium and other vitamins and minerals. Rohit Shelatkar, fitness & nutrition expert, Vitabiotics Ltd, talks about some of the foods that must be included in the diet plan: Yoghurt: As one advances in age, their bones become weaker. In…

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6 Simple Drinks to Include In Your Diet for a Healthy Living

6 Simple Drinks to Include In Your Diet for a Healthy Living

Your diet reflects on your body, mind, and soul. A proper diet is essential to lead a proper healthy and happy life. Even it is necessary to maintain inner peace and mental health as well. We have a direct connection of our food to our mood as well. Some food makes feel you light and happy instantly and some leads to an upset stomach hence, upset mind as well. As 60% of our body is…

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Physical and psychic benefits of hydrotherapy

Physical and psychic benefits of hydrotherapy

Physical and psychological Numerous independent studies have proven that bathing in a spa increases the feeling of well-being. Imagine how you will feel when you have the possibility of enjoying a relaxing bath, taking advantage of the therapeutic properties of our sulphurous waters… Stress  Everyone has some stress in one way or another. Our Spa is the perfect antidote to fight against a hectic and stressed way of life. Thermal water and a gentle massage prevent anxiety, relax tense…

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Kashmir: How Line of Control has changed in 70 years

Kashmir: How Line of Control has changed in 70 years

In August 1947, Jammu and Kashmir was a princely state of the size of 2.06 lakh square miles – bigger than California (US) and comparable with the UK. Two months later, Pakistan invaded Jammu and Kashmir despite having signed a standstill agreement with the princely state, which turned to India for help and signed the Instrument of Accession. India’s response to Pakistani intrusion resulted in a war that was declared over in 1949 with the…

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